Day Trip to Kuala Lumpur 2023

Don’t want to stay at home on weekends, but don’t want to travel far? Why not take a day trip to Kuala Lumpur~ What’s so fun in Kuala Lumpur? Just read this article! I’ve condensed my favorite Kuala Lumpur one-day tour attractions in In this article, it is convenient for you and your relatives and friends to visit these attractions directly when you come to Kuala Lumpur for a day trip next time

KL Bird Park

KL Bird Park, located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, is an oasis in the steel forest. It is the largest open bird park in the world. The biggest feature of their home is that all birds from sea, land, and air can freely enjoy this bird park. Move and fly, and even interact with people!
There are many tourist attractions adjacent to it, including the largest mosque in Southeast Asia – the National Mosque and the lush national park. You may wish to combine these points for a day trip to Kuala Lumpur~

KL Tower Mini Zoo

The KL Tower Mini Zoo located below the KL Tower is one of the best attractions for family travel in Kuala Lumpur; this mini zoo is only 6,000 square feet, but the sparrow is small and complete, although the species and number of animals And the area is not comparable to the National Zoo, there are animals that the National Zoo can’t see, such as the star of the mini zoo – the alpaca, also known as the grass mud horse~

Royal Selangor Visitor Centre

It turned out that Royal Selangor occupies half of the world’s tin mining industry today! The early Selangor area was developed because of tin mining, and now Malaysia’s tin mining products are famous all over the world, making Royal Selangor the most representative of Malaysia. One of the brands~ How much do you know about this most representative brand in Malaysia?

This article will take you around the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre to understand the story behind this brand and appreciate the strokes of strokes Tin products, maybe you will end up being as proud of this local Malaysian brand as I am!

KL City Gallery

KL City Gallery (Kuala Lumpur City Gallery) is a tourist attraction located near Merdeka Square, and it is also one of the must-see tourist attractions for every trip to Kuala Lumpur~ It can definitely be the first stop for your trip to Kuala Lumpur, in addition to the detailed introduction about Kuala Lumpur, there are many different Malaysia travel packages that can also be found here, and there are many things to play here~ All in all, this is not only a good place to punch in and take pictures but also a place where you can easily get travel information~

Hidden Urban Forest Taman Tugu Kuala Lumpur

Located near the National Monument, one of the popular tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur, there is a forest hidden in the city – Taman Tugu, which has more than 4,000 trees of different species and was selected as 2019 Ten by Lonely Planet as soon as it opened. Best New Openings ~

The green lung of the city KL Eco Forest Park @ Raja Chulan

There is one of the oldest forest conservation areas in Malaysia where high-rise buildings stand in the center of Kuala Lumpur, and this forest conservation area is the KL Eco Forest Park (a.k.a. Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve) located next to the KL Tower~ in This forest conservation area has as many as 200 kinds of plants and 12 kinds of animals~

It’s better to come here on weekend mornings to get in touch with nature and enjoy the environment surrounded by greenery~

Guizai Lane Lorong Panggung

I thought that after the acquisition of Lorong Panggung, this back alley street scene with traces of time would no longer exist~ But what I didn’t expect was that this back alley street scene not only did not disappear but a year later it actually took on a brand new look Let’s meet everyone~ What kind of sparks will be generated by adding the popular murals?

Detailed address & travel notes: The traces of the years meet the modern murals Guizai Lane Lorong Panggung

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Built-in 1897, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building has a history of more than 120 years and is one of the important landmarks in Kuala Lumpur~ It combines Moorish, British, and Indian Muslim architectural styles, making it have With its exotic appearance, it has become one of the tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur that cannot be missed, and it is also a famous online celebrity check-in point~

Bank Negara Malaysia Museum

The Bank Negara Malaysia Museum on Jalan Dato Onn is one of the recent Instagram hit spots, but in addition to taking pictures in every corner, don’t miss the exhibits in the exhibition hall, said After walking around, you can let yourself know more about the Malaysian economy and its economic history~

Masjid Jamek

Located next to Masjid Jamek LRT Station, Masjid Jamek was built in 1909, and locals are more used to calling it the Jamey Mosque~ It is the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur, and it is a Mughal Empire deeply rooted in North India. Influenced by the style of Indian Muslim buildings~

Little India Brickfields Kuala Lumpur Little India

If you want to experience Indian culture, you must not miss this Little India Brickfields (Little India) located in the center of Kuala Lumpur~ When I was an intern before because the company was very close to here, I was fortunate to come here for lunch~ Just because of that lunch encounter, I like the artistic atmosphere here~

Sri Mahamariamman Temple

Sri Mahamariamman Temple, built in 1873, is the oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur; originally a private temple, it was opened to the public in the late 1920s~ Located near Petaling Street She, because of the stark cultural contrast, she is particularly conspicuous; South Indian-style buildings, brightly colored reliefs and statues are the reasons why people are attracted to her at first glance~

Sin Sze Si Ya Temple, Kuala Lumpur

There is a Taoist temple with more than 150 years of history hidden in the alleys in the heart of Kuala Lumpur ~ Sin Sze Temple in Kuala Lumpur Si Ya Temple) is a Taoist temple built in 1864. It has been burning incense for hundreds of years. During festivals, especially during the Lunar New Year, the crowd here reaches its peak~

GuanDi Temple @ Petaling Street

Opposite the Mariamman Hindu Temple, there is a building with red walls and green tiles, full of Chinese style. This building is the famous GuanDi Temple ~ It was built in 1887, and it is still prosperous. Many faithful believers still come here. Add incense here~

National Textile Museum

There are several Moorish-style buildings near Merdeka Square (Dataran Merdeka), and the National Textile Museum (National Textile Museum) is one of them~ Originally the headquarters of the Malaysian Railway Company, it was officially transformed into the National Textile Museum in 2010. Free and open to the public~ In addition to showing the arts and crafts techniques and related history of the textile industry, there are also videos showing the process of making Batik and some previous jewelry~
On a hot day, it is a good choice to hide in the National Textile Museum~

Water Music Light Show KLCC Lake Symphony

I discovered this water music and light show (KLCC Lake Symphony) by accident. At that time, I was standing there watching the performance. I saw that there were many foreigners watching the performance. Suddenly I felt a little ashamed~ Foreign tourists are all I know the attractions, and I, a KL person, only now know that there is this water light show! I am really ashamed~
After shopping in KLCC on weekend nights, don’t forget to come to the gate of KLCC to enjoy this water music and light show~

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